Terrible things are happening right under our nose and many of us do not have an idea of what exactly is going on.
Zimbabweans are often indicted in most criminal activities happening in South Africa and the numbers are constantly increasing as the day goes by.
Just yesterday, a zimbabwean lady came out to make a serious confession on what had transpired between herself and husband.
The zimbabwean lady claimed in 2015 that her husband whose full names are Prosper Chipungare, 44 years old had gone missing when she first reported to the police.
Six years later, she came back to confess that her husband was not missing rather she killed him due to misunderstanding they had. She also stated that her husband's ghost haunt her every night and she's constantly having sleepless nights.
"A Zimbabwean woman living in SA killed her husband, she confessed to the crime years later because, according to her, his ghost was haunting her and giving her sleepless nights. She told everyone, and the police, that her husband, Prosper Chipungare, 44, had gone missing in July 2015"
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